Insurance. Some people call it a necessary evil. But we all know retaining insurance makes Durango drivers, owners, and passengers feel safer, more secure, and less vulnerable.
On this website you can access many different insurance providers. They can give you a quote, day or night, within minutes. This allows you to comparison shop not only for rates but also for coverage and to compare the reliability and performance of the companies themselves. In order to obtain a quote, you just need to furnish your date of birth, the make and model of your Durango, your zip code, and the number of drivers over 16 years of age that live in your household. After you receive a free quote, of course you are under no obligation to buy but you can use the information to comparison shop.
Did you know: it is a fact that when traveling on a Saturday or Sunday night between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. you are more likely to have an accident. It is also a fact that when you drive during the year makes a difference as far as your susceptibility to accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says that the months of August and December, typically when people travel for vacation and to visit relatives for the holidays respectively, are the most dangerous months for vehicle travel.
Deaths, accidents, and injuries from vehicle-related causes are the lowest they have ever been since the United States government began keeping records. That is a wonderful thing. And there are many reasons for this, but the most prominent is that more people wear seat belts than ever before because all 50 states have passed laws making it illegal to travel in a vehicle without wearing a seat belt. The other important factor is that many states have instituted tough drunk-driving laws.
But despite all of these precautions, people still get hurt, accidents still occur, and vehicles still get damaged. In fact, someone dies because of a traffic accident every 12 minutes, a vehicle accident occurs every five seconds, and a vehicle-related injury occurs every 11 seconds.
But you can avoid accidents and injuries by following some simple suggestions. Make sure you put on your seat belt every time you get into your Durango; make sure also that your passengers including children and the elderly are wearing their seat belts. Obey the speed limit. Stay alert and be aware of other cars, other drivers, and your surroundings when you drive. Designate a driver if you use alcohol. Use prescription drugs only under a physician's guidance.
If we would compare the many millions of miles Durango and other car owners drive each year versus the number of accidents, injuries, and deaths, we would find that traveling by car or truck is still a relatively safe way to travel.
In order to get behind the wheel legally, it is now mandatory in most states that you as the owner/driver of your Durango must carrying insurance. It is illegal to drive without it in most states.
So, use this site to purchase liability insurance for older Durangos, and collision and liability insurance for new Durangos.